Did you know that Aerodyne French Girls and Golden Knights may change the top standard in 4way Women this year?
posted: Feb 9th, 2014 The French national lineups in the female 4way category often have to look at the Open Class leaderboards to set their standards and compare their scores realistically with the 4way top performances in the world. This was standarad procedure for Aerokart Deep Blue who did not have much competition in their own category at all in 2011 and 2012.
Sophie Deremaux, Berangere Duplouy, Francoise Simons-Hamouchi and Amelie Tirman won the gold medals in Menzelinsk 2010 with a 23.6 average, 20 points ahead of Team Bodyflight in 2nd place. The meet average matched the 6th place of Sinapsi in the 4way Open... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed has never lost the Shamrock Showdown/Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship?
posted: Feb 8th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News recently posted the first overview of the teams who are registered early for the World Challenge 2014. It was another preview or review of indoor events that have taken place in the winter months or are coming up soon.
The drought of the outdoor coverage will soon be over, as the annual Valentine's Meet is once again the beginning of the 2014 competition season. Then the first major event, the Paraclete XP Outdoor... (more)
Did you know that 55 North members Patrick MacCaffrey and Michael Gamble aim for more 4way excellence in the NSL leagues?
posted: Feb 7th, 2014 The 2013 season was the first year for 55 North in the Midwest Skydiving League, and the new team attended all five meets of the regular season, plus the USPA Nationals 2013. It was a very intensive start into a competition career, which continues this year.
Blue Skies Mag featured two team members in the January issue under the monthly SKY COUPLES column and permitted the Sun Path Products NSL News the online publication. Patrick MacCaffray and Michael Gamble have been partners for 18 years and are now also team mates... (more)
Did you know that the field for the World Challenge 2014 is shaping up?
posted: Feb 6th, 2014 The registration process for the World Challenge 2014 has once again started early, as many teams try to save some money by using the offer of a reduced entry fee (£300) before March 1st. The registration of a team will cost £350 from then on until the event begins.
One of the six 4way categories (AAA Open - AAA Women - AA - A - Rookie - Dynamic) is already ahead of last year's participation. Six teams competed in the AA Class at the World... (more)
Did you know that Round 2 brought the conclusion of the Z-Scrambles 2014?
posted: Feb 5th, 2014 The coverage of the first part of the Z-Scrambles 2014 at Skydive City on 1 February 2014 featured all teams with their first of the two competition rounds. Several requests for a review option of the second round were sent to the Sun Path Products NSL News, and the videos of Round 2 are now available on NSL-TV.
Team Craig posted the highscore for the round with a 13-pointer, which lifted this scrambled lineup (Craig Sagelow, Rebecca Stares, Ryan Taylor,... (more)
Did you know that Nick Grillet is the new Tail for Carolina Turbo XP?
posted: Feb 4th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has covered the team career of Carolina Turbo XP with many stories since the team was formed for its first competition season in 2009. The last update came actually with the November edition of the Blue Skies Mag and the TURNING POINTS column. "The Turbo Tale" was then re-posted on 7 November 2013.
The story on 20 December 2013 finally broke the news that the young team will also manage the Carolina Skydiving League beginning with... (more)